By Jiuondgie Lyon

SAT Vocabulary 2019

This hot SAT words list is selected from mainstream English medium and based on popular topics of 2019, which is an express supplement to enhance SAT vocabulary skills. Each word has examples and contexts. It helps very much to master new words precisely.

Meanwhile, we include previous SAT vocabulary 2018-2017 in this page, and add more example sentences originated from classic books.

To meet with diverse requirements of SAT test-takers, we also recommend below 3 SAT lists to study on demand, which can sharpen your reading and writing vocabulary skill especially.



Recent Added SAT Words:
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ascetic   Speak
a. pertaining to practice of rigorous self-discipline
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bode   Speak
v. indicate by signs
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butt   Speak
v. hit with the head or horns
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comb   Speak
v. search carefully and systematically
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cracksman   Speak
n. a burglar, especially a safecracker
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crew cut   Speak
n. a very short haircut for men and boys
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deprive   Speak
v. take away possessions from someone
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dilettante   Speak
n. a person who cultivates an area of interest, such as the arts, without real knowledge
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egocentric   Speak
a. thinking only of oneself, without regard for the feelings of others; self-centered
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enmity   Speak
n. state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to someone
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foible   Speak
n. a minor weakness in someone's character
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frenzy   Speak
n. a state or period of uncontrolled excitement or wild behavior
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galvanize   Speak
v. shock or excite (someone), typically into taking action
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gloom   Speak
n. a state of partial or total darkness
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grudge   Speak
n. a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment
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hairdo   Speak
n. style of a person's hair
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handed-down   Speak
a. passed on to a later generation or age
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harsh   Speak
a. unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses
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hindsight   Speak
n. understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed
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hookup   Speak
n. meeting with someone, or to begin a relationship
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hypocrite   Speak
n. a person who puts on a false appearance of virtue or religion
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impeachment   Speak
n. charging with a crime or misdemeanor
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jingle   Speak
v. make or cause to make a light metallic ringing sound
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longstanding   Speak
a. having existed or continued for a long time
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meticulous   Speak
a. showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise
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moron   Speak
n. a stupid person
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netizen   Speak
n. a user of the Internet, especially a habitual or avid one
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none other than   Speak
n. one is surprised or impressed by the person or thing one is about to mention
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prompt   Speak
v. give or show without delay
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prosthetic   Speak
a. denoting an artificial body part, such as a limb, a heart, or a breast implant
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push back   Speak
v. delay something; postpone; oppose or resist a plan
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ram   Speak
v. roughly force something into place
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remorseful   Speak
a. annoyed, regretful, vexed
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sardonic   Speak
a. disdainfully or ironically humorous; scornful and mocking
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segregation   Speak
n. action or state of setting someone or something apart from others
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shackle   Speak
n. something that confines the legs or arms
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short-change   Speak
v. give less than the correct amount of change to
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socialite   Speak
n. a person who is well known in fashionable society and is fond of social activities
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steamy   Speak
a. sexually exciting or including a lot of sexual activity
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stewardship   Speak
n. the job of supervising or taking care of something, such as an organization or property
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tirade   Speak
n. a long, angry speech of criticism or accusation
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to no avail   Speak
ad. without success
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up-and-coming   Speak
a. making good progress and likely to become successful
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whistle-blower   Speak
n. one who reveals something covert or who informs against another
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woo   Speak
v. seek someone's favor
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SAT Vocabulary 2017-2018
abbot  Speak
a man who is the head of an abbey of monks

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abdominal  Speak
related to the abdomen or belly, which contains the stomach and bowels
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acutely  Speak
in a way that shows a perceptive understanding or insight

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adage  Speak
an old saying, that has obtained credit by long use
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advert  Speak
advertisement an ad; public promotion of some product or service
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aggregate  Speak
a whole formed by combining several elements

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aggressor  Speak
the person who first attacks; the person who begins hostility or a quarrel
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altar  Speak
elevated place or structure before which religious ceremonies may be enacted or upon which sacrifices may be offered
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Americana  Speak
all things peculiar to the United States' culture and people, anything that is a symbol of American life
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anew  Speak
once more; again; in a new and different way
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antipathy  Speak
strong feelings of aversion or dislike
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apartheid  Speak
a policy or practice of separating or segregating groups
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aquifer  Speak
underground bed or layer yielding ground water for wells and springs etc
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arena  Speak
an enclosed area, often outdoor, for the presentation of sporting events or other spectacular events
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aromatic  Speak
having a pleasant and distinctive smell

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aspect  Speak
look, or particular appearance of the face; the visual percept of a region
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assimilate  Speak
to make similar, to incorporate or absorb into
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atrocity  Speak
extreme criminality or cruelty; quality of being shockingly cruel and inhumane
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austerity  Speak
severe and rigid economy; severe or rigorous simplicity; absence of adornment or luxury
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bailiff  Speak
legal officer to whom some degree of authority
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bead  Speak
small, often round piece of material, such as glass, plastic, or wood, that is pierced for stringing or threading
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beefed-up  Speak
made greater or stronger
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beforehand  Speak
in advance; early; at an earlier or preceding time
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behemoth  Speak
something of enormous size or power
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beleaguer  Speak
surround with military forces, as with troubles

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blasé  Speak
unimpressed with something because of over-familiarity
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blaze  Speak
burn fiercely or brightly

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blizzard  Speak
a severe snowstorm with high winds and low visibility

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bolster  Speak
to brace, reinforce, secure, or support
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bombast  Speak
high-sounding language with little meaning, used to impress people

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boost  Speak
raise or lift by pushing up from behind or below; assist in further development or progress
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booth  Speak
small enclosed compartment with a window, used to separate the occupant from others; small stall for the display and sale of goods
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breeze-block  Speak
a large, grey brick made from ashes and cement

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burgeon  Speak
to develop or grow rapidly
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bursary  Speak
treasury, especially of a public institution or religious order; scholarship granted to a university student in need
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buzz  Speak
be very excited and happy
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calamity  Speak
an event resulting in great loss
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cannibalize  Speak
remove parts of machine for use in other similar machines; consume another of one's own type or kind
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capitalist  Speak
an investor of capital in business, especially one having a major financial interest in; an important enterprise supporter of capitalism; person of great wealth
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capsize  Speak
to cause to overturn (usually a vessel)
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cardiovascular  Speak
of, relating to, or involving the heart and the blood vessels
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caribou  Speak
large reindeer native to northern North America
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cataract  Speak
disease of the eye causing its opacity and, unless treated, leading to blindness
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cement  Speak
a powdery substance, mixed with sand, gravel, and water to make concrete

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chaos  Speak
complete disorder and confusion

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coincide  Speak
to happen at the same time or during the same period, to occupy exactly the same space
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conceive  Speak
to form or develop in the mind
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concoct  Speak
prepare by mixing ingredients, as in cooking; devise, using skill and intelligence
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concubine  Speak
in certain societies, such as imperial China, a woman contracted to a man as a secondary wife, often having few legal rights and low social status
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conglomerate  Speak
corporation formed by the combination of several smaller corporations whose activities are unrelated to the corporation's primary activity; cluster of many different things
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conscientious  Speak
thorough, careful, or vigilant; implies a desire to do a task well; characterized by extreme care and great effort
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conspire  Speak
make secret plans jointly to commit an unlawful or harmful act
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consumerism  Speak
an attachment to materialistic positions; economic theory that increased consumption is beneficial to a nation's economy in the long run
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contain  Speak
keep within limits; not to allow to spread

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contrivance  Speak
something overly artful or artificial; a means, such as an elaborate plan or a tool, to accomplish a certain objective
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cordite  Speak
a smokeless explosive, used in ammunition

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cornice  Speak
horizontal architectural element of a building, projecting forward from the main walls, originally used as a means of directing rainwater away from the building's walls
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coronation  Speak
act or ceremony of crowning a sovereign or the sovereign's consort; ceremony of installing a new monarch
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cosiness  Speak
quality of being comfortable, pleasant, and warm

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coup  Speak
a sudden take-over of leadership or power
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crookedness  Speak
tortuousness, contortion, tortuosity,

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crouch  Speak
adopting a position where the knees are bent and the upper body is brought forward and down

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crowdfund  Speak
fund a project or venture by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people

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crusade  Speak
a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end
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cryptography  Speak
act or art of writing in code or secret characters; also, secret characters, codes or ciphers, or messages written in a secret code
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custody  Speak
protective care or guardianship of someone or something

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daffy  Speak
an informal way of saying crazy
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daft  Speak
mad; crazy; simple; stupid; foolish; gay; playful
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defrock  Speak
to deprive of the right to practice a profession, to strip of priestly privileges and functions
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demilitarize  Speak
remove or reduce an area's military power
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denounce  Speak
publicly declare to be wrong or evil
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descend  Speak
move from a higher to a lower place; come or go down; arrive or attack in a sudden or an overwhelming manner
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diminish  Speak
make smaller or less or to cause to appear so; detract from the authority, reputation, or prestige of
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discourse  Speak
formal discussion on a topic, either written or spoken
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disparate  Speak
composed of inherently different or distinct elements; incongruous; essentially different
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dither  Speak
be indecisive

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doodle  Speak
figure, design, or scribble drawn or written absent-mindedly; mindless person
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doom  Speak
destine to an unhappy end
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doomsday  Speak
judgment day; day of the last judgment; day of death
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dour  Speak
hard; inflexible; obstinate; sour in aspect
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drain  Speak
deprive of strength or vitality

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dredger  Speak
one who fishes with a dredge, which is an instrument used to gather things by dragging
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dynasty  Speak
succession of rulers from the same family or line
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earthy  Speak
rough, coarse, or plain in taste

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edict  Speak
a formal command or order issued by an authority and having the force of law
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elongated  Speak
extensive in length; having a length noticeably longer than the width
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emaciation  Speak
act of making lean or thin in flesh; state of becoming thin by gradual wasting of flesh
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ember  Speak
small, glowing piece of coal or wood, as in a dying fire
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emblazon  Speak
adorn richly with prominent markings; make illustrious; celebrate
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encrust  Speak
cover something with a hard surface layer

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endowment  Speak
funds or property donated to an institution or individual as a source of income
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enmesh  Speak
to tangle or interweave in such a manner as not to be easily separated, particularly in a mesh or net like manner; to involve in such complications as to render extrication difficult
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ensemble  Speak
a complete costume of harmonizing, complementary clothing and accessories
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ephemeral  Speak
lasting for a short period of time
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epicentre  Speak
the point on the earth's surface vertically above the focus of an earthquake

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equine  Speak
relating to, or characteristic of a horse
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erudite  Speak
having or showing great knowledge or learning

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eschew  Speak
avoid, shun
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excursion  Speak
movement of something along a path or through an angle
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exemplify  Speak
be a typical example of

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explicit  Speak
specific, clear, or detailed
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ferry  Speak
convey in a ferry or other ship or boat, especially across a short stretch of water

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fickle  Speak
changing frequently, especially as regards one's loyalties

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foray  Speak
sudden raid or military advance; venture or initial attempt, especially outside one's usual area
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fraught  Speak
causing or affected by great anxiety or stress

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fret  Speak
be constantly or visibly worried or anxious

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fume  Speak
feel, show, or express great anger

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gargantuan  Speak
of immense size, volume, or capacity; gigantic
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glacier  Speak
large body of ice which flows under its own mass, usually downhill
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glean  Speak
gather grain left behind by reapers; collect bit by bit
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gnaw  Speak
bite at or nibble something persistently

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graffiti  Speak
any writings or drawings on a surface in a public place, placed there without authorization of the owner of the object on which it is written
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grandiose  Speak
impressive or magnificent in appearance or style

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granny  Speak
grandmother, grandmother style

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groom  Speak
prepare or train someone for a particular purpose or activity

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groundscraper  Speak
sprawling low-height building or complex
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guillotine  Speak
a machine with a heavy blade sliding vertically in grooves, used for beheading people

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hack  Speak
gain illegal access to computer or network
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hallowed  Speak
worthy of religious veneration,sacrosanct
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harbinger  Speak
One that indicates or foreshadows what is to come; a forerunner
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harken  Speak
to hark back, to return or revert (to a subject), to allude to, to evoke, to long or pine for (a past event or era)
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haunt  Speak
visit often; appear to in the form of ghost or other supernatural being; come to the mind of continually
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hide  Speak
skin of an animal, especially the thick tough skin or pelt of a large animal
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hoax  Speak
a humorous or malicious deception

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hosanna  Speak
cry of praise or adoration to God; a Hebrew exclamation of praise to the Lord, or an invocation of blessings
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howitzer  Speak
a short gun for firing shells at low velocities

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humane  Speak
having or showing compassion or benevolence

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humpback  Speak
abnormal backward curve to the vertebral column; crooked back or humped back; humpback whale, fish, person
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hydraulic  Speak
of, involving, moved by, or operated by a fluid, especially water, under pressure
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hype  Speak
promote or publicize a product or idea intensively

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incense  Speak
cause to be extremely angry; set on fire; cause to burn; inflame; make hot or eager
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infuse  Speak
to instill a quality of; add scent or flavor by steeping ingredients in it
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inordinate  Speak
unusually or disproportionately large; excessive

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instigate  Speak
stimulate to an action, urge, goad on
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interstellar  Speak
between the stars; among the stars
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intractable  Speak
not easily governed, managed, or directed; uncontrollable
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intrepid  Speak
fearless, brave, bold
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jacuzzi  Speak
a large bath with a system of underwater jets of water to massage the body

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jubilant  Speak
joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success
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junta  Speak
a group of military officers ruling a country after seizing power; small legislative body in a government, especially in Central or South America
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jurisdiction  Speak
the right and power to interpret and apply the law; authority or control
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laudable  Speak
deserving or worthy of praise and commendation
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ledge  Speak
horizontal projection forming a narrow shelf on a wall; cut or projection forming a shelf on a cliff or rock wall
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lineage  Speak
lineal descent from an ancestor; ancestry or pedigree

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litigation  Speak
a legal proceeding in a court, a lawsuit
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lodestar  Speak
a star used as a navigation reference, particularly a pole star such as Polaris; a guiding tenet or principle.
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ludicrous  Speak
so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing; ridiculous

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lumbering  Speak
clumsy, slow, or awkward
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lustre  Speak
soft glow, especially that of a partly reflective surface

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maim  Speak
to disable or disfigure, usually by depriving of the use of a limb or other body parts
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mammal  Speak
any of various warm-blooded vertebrate animals, including humans, characterized by a covering of hair on the skin
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mammon  Speak
material wealth regarded as having an evil influence
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man  Speak
work at, run, or operate a place or piece of equipment

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manipulate  Speak
move, arrange, operate, or control by the hands or by mechanical means, especially in a skillful manner; tamper with or falsify for personal gain
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measles  Speak
an acute and contagious viral disease (usually of childhood), common symptoms include red skin rash, fever, and cough
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meteorite  Speak
stony or metallic mass of matter that has fallen to the earth's surface from outer space
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mettle  Speak
person's ability to cope well with difficulties or to face a demanding situation

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mind-blower  Speak
one that intensely affects the mind or emotions
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modus operandi  Speak
normal mode of operation; known criminal's established habits and mode of work when committing specific offences
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motivate  Speak
cause someone to behave in a particular way

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mythos  Speak
myth; mythology; story or set of stories having significant truth or meaning for particular culture, religion, or other group
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nix  Speak
put an end to, cancel

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notch  Speak
score or achieve something

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oafish  Speak
stupid, uncultured, or clumsy

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obscurity  Speak
state of being unknown
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obsession  Speak
compulsive, often unreasonable idea or emotion
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outback  Speak
remote rural part of a country especially of Australia or New Zealand
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par  Speak
face value of a stock or other security, as distinct from its market value
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paradox  Speak
seemingly contradictory statement that may nonetheless be true; a statement contrary to received opinion
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parapet  Speak
low retaining wall; part of a perimeter that extends above the roof; a fortification consisting of a wall
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parch  Speak
make extremely dry, especially by exposure to heat
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pavilion  Speak
ornate tent; light, sometimes ornamental roofed structure, used for amusement or shelter, as at parks or fairs
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peddler  Speak
one who deals in or promotes something intangible

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pedigree  Speak
list of ancestors; family tree
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pepper  Speak
to be covered with lots of (something made up of small things); to add (something) at frequent intervals
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peremptory  Speak
insisting on immediate attention or obedience;
rude and unreasonable

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pervade  Speak
to be present throughout, to pass through
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piazza  Speak
public square in an Italian town; roofed and arcaded passageway
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platitude  Speak
a remark or statement, especially with moral content, that is too often to be interesting

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playoff  Speak
additional game or period of play that decides the outcome

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plexus  Speak
a network or interwoven mass, especially (anatomy) of nerves, blood vessels, or lymphatic vessels
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poignant  Speak
profoundly moving; touching; agreeably intense or stimulating
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point blank  Speak
close enough so that missing the target is unlikely or impossible; so close to a target that a weapon may be aimed directly at it
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ponder  Speak
to think deeply and thoroughly
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populism  Speak
support for the concerns of ordinary people

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precipitation  Speak
rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground

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pretrial  Speak
a proceeding held by a judge, arbitrator, etc., before a trial

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proletariat  Speak
workers or working-class people, regarded collectively

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prominence  Speak
something prominent, especially an area of land raised above its surroundings
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propaganda  Speak
a set of messages aimed at influencing the opinions or behavior of large numbers of people
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prospective  Speak
possible, expected or expecting to be something particular in the future
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prowess  Speak
superior skill or ability
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pulverize  Speak
press or crush something until it becomes powder or a soft mass

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pummel  Speak
beat, as with the fists; hit or strike heavily and repeatedly
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purport  Speak
appear or claim to be or do something
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quarters  Speak
housing or accommodation, esp as provided for military personnel and their families

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reach  Speak
a continuous extent of land or water, especially a stretch of river between two bends

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ream  Speak
an abstract large amount of something; a bundle, package, or quantity of paper, usually containing 500 sheets
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reconciliation  Speak
renewal of friendship after disagreement or enmity; getting two things to correspond
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refractory  Speak
difficult to work, resistant to treatment, resistant to authority
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rehydrate  Speak
restore water that has been removed or lost; moisten something that has dried
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remittance  Speak
payment to a remote recipient; sending of money to someone far away
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render  Speak
give or make available; provide; cause to become
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rendition  Speak
performance of a musical or dramatic work; interpretation of a musical score or a dramatic piece
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retardant  Speak
an agent that slows down or delays the actions of something
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revel  Speak
take great pleasure or delight
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reversal  Speak
a change to an opposite direction, position, or course of action

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rout  Speak
disturbance; tumult; a loud noise
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rover  Speak
crewed or uncrewed vehicle, used especially in exploring planet or stars; pirate vessel
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saga  Speak
ancient Scandinavian legend or tradition of considerable length; tale
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sanitation  Speak
practical application of knowledge and science to the preservation of health
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sapphire  Speak
a transparent precious stone, typically blue

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scorpion  Speak
a small creature similar to an insect that lives in hot, dry areas of the world and has a long body and a curved tail with a poisonous sting

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scruffy  Speak
shabby and untidy or dirty

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scuffle  Speak
a short, confused fight or struggle at close quarters

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searing  Speak
very hot, blistering or boiling
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self-contained  Speak
complete, or having all that is needed, in itself

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sermon  Speak
religious discourse delivered as part of a church service
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serrated  Speak
saw-like; having a row of sharp or tooth-like projections
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shatter  Speak
cause to break or burst suddenly into pieces, as with a violent blow
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sheik  Speak
leader of an Arab village, family or small tribe; islamic religious clergy
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shrug off  Speak
to minimize the importance of; get rid of
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siege  Speak
a military operation in which enemy forces surround a town or building, cutting off essential supplies

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skivvy  Speak
close-fitting, long-sleeved t-shirt with a rolled collar
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slur  Speak
allegation about someone to insult others or damage their reputation
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sneak  Speak
go or move in a quiet, stealthy way; behave in a cowardly or servile manner
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sonar  Speak
a measuring instrument that sends out an acoustic pulse in water and measures distances in terms of the time for the echo of the pulse to return
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sorority  Speak
a society for female students in a university or college, typically for social purposes
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spawn  Speak
produce offspring in large numbers; deposit eggs; produce spawn
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spike  Speak
a sharp increase in the magnitude or concentration

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spiral  Speak
rise or fall with steady acceleration; increase continually
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spurn  Speak
reject with disdain or contempt
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stagnate  Speak
cease activity, flow, or advancement
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Stalin-esque  Speak
manner as Stalin; -esque: in the style or manner of
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stamina  Speak
physical or moral strength to resist or withstand illness, fatigue, or hardship; endurance
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stand a chance  Speak
have a prospect of success or survival

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statutory  Speak
relating to, enacted or regulated by a statute or authority
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stellar  Speak
composed of stars; outstanding, marked by eminence and distinction
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stigma  Speak
mark or token of infamy, disgrace, or reproach; small mark or scar
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strangle  Speak
cut off the oxygen supply of
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street-boy  Speak
mischievous boy, naughty boy

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stump speech  Speak
political speech for campaigning
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stunt  Speak
difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention
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sublime  Speak
high spiritual, moral, or intellectual worth
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summersault  Speak
somersault;leap in which a person turns his heels over his head and lights upon his feet; turning end over end
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sumptuous  Speak
appearance of being splendid, expensive or grand
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susceptible  Speak
easily influenced or affected; especially sensitive
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swoop  Speak
move rapidly downward through the air

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tactile  Speak
perceptible to the sense of touch; tangible; used for feeling
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temper  Speak
person state of mind being angry or calm

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terrestrial  Speak
of or relating to the earth or its inhabitants; living or growing on land; not aquatic
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tick off  Speak
sign with a tick; annoy or aggravate
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tome  Speak
a book, especially a large, heavy, scholarly one

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treachery  Speak
betrayal of trust; deceptive action or nature

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tremor  Speak
an involuntary quivering movement

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trio  Speak
a group or set of three
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trot out  Speak
bring out and show for inspection or admiration
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tuber  Speak
thickened underground part of a stem or rhizome

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tuck  Speak
push, fold, or turn so as to hide them or hold them in place
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tundra  Speak
treeless area between the icecap and the tree line of Arctic regions, having a permanently frozen subsoil
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ubiquitous  Speak
existing and being everywhere; omnipresent
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unchecked  Speak
not held in check; unrestrained; not examined for accuracy, efficiency
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utopia  Speak
an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect

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verisimilitude  Speak
the property of appearing to be true or real
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vibrate  Speak
echo, resonate; continue to be heard

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vilification  Speak
abusively disparaging speech or writing

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wary  Speak
feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems

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watershed  Speak
region of land within which water flows down into a specified body; critical point marking a change in course or development
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weapon-wielding  Speak
holding weapon in hands and ready to use it

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